TTRPG Content

To the surprise of no one I love D&D and all fantasy TTRPGs (table top role playing games) so here are some examples of the D&D content that I’ve made.

The Will

The Will is a 3-6 hour adventure for level 4 characters to get them ready for higher tier adventures or to play as a one-shot. It is now available to buy on DMs Guild!

The ancient elven wizard, Riardon, has
died and left behind his mysterious
tower. His somewhat puzzling last will
and testament asks for someone to check
the safety of his tower and seal it up.
Since his death, strange creatures have
been creeping away from his tower and
causing trouble for the inhabitants of the
nearby village of Briarloch.

The adventure module has full colour maps and all relevent stat blocks to run these game for any party. There’s a printable PDF of just the maps separately too if that’s you’re thing. This is the first ever campaign I’ve put up on DM’s Guild so I’m nervous and excited. So far people have said very nice things and if you buy and review this adventure it would blow my tiny mind.


Dublin & Dragons

Dublin & Dragons is an Irish actual play stream set in the original world of Elderhaven, based loosely off Ireland.

The first season is set in the capital city of Jackhaven and is DM’d by co-creator Axel Sparrow while I played naive 19 year old half-drow necromancer and Raven Queen acolyte (bad mix) Calla.

Season Two will explore more of this magical island and will be DM’d by me.


ProRestarter’s Dungeon World Stream

I was really honoured and excited to be part of a great and creepy Dungeon World Stream on ProRestarter’s Twitch channel in a homebrew world setting with some amazing role-players. I came in late to the campaign and was made feel so, so welcome and was encouraged to bring my own weird stuff to the table like doing my plot recap as a third minute epic poem my bard was writing about her party members.


Half-Drow

While half-elves of any kind are not that common, it is rarer still to see the child of a human and a drow. The drow are a vicious, reclusive culture, xenophobic at best, and so it takes unusual circumstances to result in half-drow children.

Some half-drow do not appear much different to other half-elves, though you may notice them to be slightly light-sensitive. They tend to keep the very pale eyes of their drow side. Skin tones tend to be dark though less grey in tones than full drow. Those half-drow who also have pale hair tend to be the easiest to identify. Half-drow are nearly always raised either by the human parent or by both in seclusion somewhere to avoid prejudice or violence from either human or drow societies. This leads many half-drow to leads lives in the shadows or away from cities entirely.


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